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we spoke one-on-one with the acting executive director. >> we talked to the federal agencies because of our concern and we look forward to addressing those issues. >> reporter: the audit says some of the credit card holders skirted spending limits, splitting bills to avoid detection. more than $67,000 in gifts. now the audit says it may violate state and federal laws. $50,000 in expenses may expose the port to tax liabilities. the audit details more than $19,400,000 in questionable port expensions that included a cons-- expenses that included a consered. card spending limits -- concert. card spending limits are too high. management's response, they don't have enough resources for
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stricter review. >> it is something we take seriously and are not going to close our eyes to. >> reporter: also today they announced the retirement of its director. they have reimbursed the port $5,400 for money spent at strip clubs. one in houston and a second club in minneapolis. it is a strip club and not an inexpensive one. coming up tonight at 6:00 p.m., why receipts we found at a karaoke bar are not part of this report. noelle walker, ktvu channel 2 news. . pedestrian in san francisco was killed today. he was walking long market street and crossing about 2:30
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p.m. this afternoon when it happened. a witness saw a white dodge ram hit the man and drove away. police stopped the driver. there is word the driver is cooperating with authorities. >> three men in contra costa county have been shot within one block of each other. all three shootings happened here highway 4 and l street. two 1 gunned down this morning. one of the victims was the stepson of a man who was shot and killed on saturday. a local pastor knew the man who died. >> a father, husband, dad and he loved to fish. i see him all the time.
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and we were friends. >> a candlelight vigil was held last night for saturday's victim. police have not said if they believe the shootings are connected and at this point they have no suspects. we have new information in a homicide probe in the city. neighbors discovered a man and woman bound and gagged last night. the man died and tonight ktvu's david stevenson is live where investigators are waiting to talk to the woman. >> reporter: at this hour the victim is inside san francisco general hospital and police tell us she is fighting fighting for her life. >> this is something you see in the movies. in real life it is disturbing. >> case that shocked police and neighbors here. a driver called police at 8:30 p.m. last night after spotting a man and a woman bound and gagged in the street. both badly injured. >> we have a male victim,
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african american. the female victim is white. 18-19 years old. >> investigators won't describe the injuries but said the man died at midnight. >> hopefully when she is stabilized we can obtain more information that could lead to suspects or the motive. >> it is completely disturbing. bound and gagged. . >> reporter: neighbors say it is hard to believe the violence happened here. >> most likely they dropped it here. if it happened here i would have heard it. >> reporter: police say anyone with information on this case can call or text them. coming up at 6:00 p.m., what one neighbor saw and heard as police and paramedics rushed to help. david stevenson, ktvu channel 2 news. police are looking into the
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deaths of a woman and a man gunned down in their home leaving behind their child. coming up, ktvu's christien kafton has been there all afternoon and he is talking to police, he will tell us what he learned. police are looking for whoever left a pipe bomb in front of a school. police got a call from pleasant hill elementary school at the same time students were dismissed. officers cleared the area and called in the police bomb squad who determined it was a pipe bomb. it appears that someone tried unsuccessfully to detonate over the weekend. a 16-year-old boy entered a guilty plea to the murders of his adoptive parents. they died in their home in january. he confessed to choking them to
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death. the attorney says he toughers from -- suffers from a disorder that effects some adoptive children. he will be sentenced to 25 years life. giselle esteban the woman convict offend killing michelle le was sentenced to 25 years to life today. ktvu's tara moriarty reports on the courtroom behavior the judge sited before he handed down giselle esteban's fate. >> justice has been served. >> reporter: cameras were not allowed in but we caught up with michelle le's brother and cousin after giselle esteban's sentencing. >> i want everyone to know how beautiful michelle was and how much she impacted our family. >> the judge never seen such pre-meditation in a murder case that was based on circumstantial evidence. giselle esteban never showed a hint of remorse. >> we always felt she felt no remorse. a blank stair and so it was
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good he pointed that out. >> reporter: jurors deliberated for 4-1/2 days in october. giselle esteban killed michelle le in may 2011 in the belief that michelle le was having a relationship with the father of giselle esteban's daughter. >> she revealed her own ugly mess and revealed michelle's beauty. >> reporter: giselle esteban waited for michelle le in a hospital parking lot before attacking her while she walked to her car. >> maybe she will never feel remorse. >> reporter: giselle esteban never turned around in the courtroom. never looked at anyone. gave anyone eye contact and waved her right to speak. it was the words of michelle le's family everyone was listening to. tara moriarty, ktvu channel 2 news. a judge ruled in favor of
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how to handle the case against the man killing sierra lamar. the judge approved an amendment to join the cases together. he was also ordered to return to court on wednesday to enter a police in the kill -- plea in the killing of sierra lamar. prosecutors are trying to decide whether to seek the death penalty in the sierra lamar case. police are asking for the public's help in finding a man who disappeared. he is 6'1", 210 pounds, white hair and blue eyes. he was last seen saturday evening working on his tugboat. . president obama traveled to michigan today to try to sell his plan for pulling the country back from the fiscal
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cliff. he spoke to workers at a auto engine plant. he said lawmakers need to make some tough spending cuts on things we don't need. but he said he is determined to keep tax breaks in place for the middle class while raising taxes for higher earning americans. >> i won't compromise on. i am not going to have a situation where the wealthiest among us, including folks like me get to keep all our tax breaks and we are asking students to pay higher student los. >> republicans insist cuts to entitlement programs should be on the table. they must act before december 31 to avoid the fiscal cliff. on wall street today, the dow is up 14 to 13,169. the nasdaq is up 8 at 2,986. the s&p is up 0.48 at 1,418. the pentagon identified a navy s.e.a.l.
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killed over the weekend while rescuing a doctor held captive in afghanistan. he died during the raid. it freed the doctor who was working for a colorado based organization when he was taken captive. he was part of the same group that carried out the raid that killed osama bin laden. two disk jockeys made an amallagy today -- an apology today for a prank call to the hospital where kate middleton was being treated. >> we assumed we were going to get told off and that was the gag. . >> it was designed to be stupid. we were never meant to get that far. >> they imitated prince charles and queen elizabeth ii. the nurse who transferred the call was found dead on friday.
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the radio station has shut down that show. officials are confirming today mexican-american singing superstar jenni rivera was killed in a small plane crash singing ] >> fans gathered outside of her southern california home last night and held a candlelight vigil. she sold more than 50 million albums and starred in several reality shows and was working on a family comedy. she leaves behind 5 children and two grandchildren. big rig collides with live wires, leaving nothing but the shell behind me. how the driver and passenger made it out safely and who owns the wires that sparked the flam. >> temperatures got into had upper 60s in some places but
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big changes are coming. winter is going to return, i will show you when it gets here and how long it will last. you know how much grandma
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we have developing news right now. police issued an advisory because of what you are looking at here, a water main break that is causing traffic problems. the police advisory warned about a break at the intersection that is effecting traffic in the westbound direction. that began about 4:00 p.m. this afternoon. traffic delays are expected into had evening hours. two escaped a fiery big rig crash. >> paul chambers is live at the scene. >> reporter: happening right now, crews are working to get rid of the truck. part of it is here on the flatbed, the other part is
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being taken apart. it was here delivery laundry when it hit the low hanging power lines. there is a discrepancy as to who owns the lines. >> reporter: this is all that remains as it hit the power lines, knocking it down and causing the truck to bust into flames. >> the person in the vehicle jumped out, cleared the vehicle. had they stepped out normally they would have probably got electrocuted. >> reporter: the call came around 3:30 a.m. this morning. crews found aa truck in a -- found a truck in a fire and surrounded by live wires. but firefighters had to wait an hour before pg&e arrived. >> we had a crew on scene in a half hour and immediately they went to work. >> reporter: pg&e supplies the power to the lines but say it
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doesn't own them and say the county is responsible for the low hanging wires. >> they are responsible. >> reporter: officials see it differently. it was their understanding they were owned and operated by pg&e. now the county is checking to see who owns the lines. pg&e says it was an emergency, they acted 86ly. -- quickly. >> we respond quickly to make the situation safe. >> reporter: no one was injured. however for safety reasons 35 were removed from the dorms. paul chambers, ktvu channel 2 news. the chp identified a woman and child killed friday. 21-year-old margarita velasquez of pittsburg and her son hit a big rit. the truck driver said the car swerved as if the driver lost
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control. the truck driver was not injured. the skateboarder hit and killed by a suv last friday has been identified as scott hickerson. a woman was driving her suv when she hit him. he was on his skateboard going north in a crosswalk. yone with information about that accident is asked to call police. authorities are looking for a possible motive behind a shooting that left family members dead on a indian reservation. he shot his mother, daughter and two uncles saturday and wounded his two other children. this happened saturday. he was later killed in a shoot out with dep ates. he -- deputies. he was known to use drugs.
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>> marijuana use is now legal in colorado. today colorado's governor declared a voter approved measure added to the state constitution. the measure won on election day. it allows adults over 21 to possess an ounce of marijuana or six marijuana plants. it also became legal in washington state last week. the majority of americans want the government to respect state laws allowing marijuana use. 64% of those asked said the government should allow marijuana use where it is legal. and according to the marijuana policy project lawmakers in four states, maine, v., new hampshire and rhode island plan to legalize american. quake struck northwest of
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in donesia, it measured 7.1. there were no reports of major damage or injuries. our weather was spectacular. >> weekend too. weather was insane for this time of year. we don't expect temperatures in the upper 60s but that is what we got. things are changing around. we have the live radar sweeps going. nothing showing now. as we get into, yeah, next 36 hours we will see green on here. come in close. san francisco, richmond, beautiful out there. no fog. it is one of the prettier nights. beautiful sun sets as well. cloud free long the avenues. that is how it will stay for a lital while and -- little while and then the clouds move in as we move forward. the clouds will set us up with
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the showers that get in here on tuesday night into wednesday morning. so tonight the patchy fog is going to be around. there has been valley fog. cool over night. tomorrow cooler. not the upper 60s we had today. still nice. clouds by late in the evening. showers develop. extended forecast, cold air settles in. this is cold enough, from the gulf of alaska, it will deposit snow on peaks, the higher ones, over 3500 feet. snow there. mountains they will get good low snow levels there as well. current temperatures, not depicting the cool air because it is not here yesterday. santa rosa 61. 63 right now in san jose. the over night lows tonight chilly. plenty of fog and low clouds in
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the low lying spots. the places you have been seeing it. and then after that the high clouds thicken up and we get green in here as we go into tomorrow night and wednesday morning. right now, wednesday morning will be damp. when i come back, i will show you the computer model, when the rain starts and ends. see you back here. police are warning drivers traveling through outback not to use the apple maps app. people trying trying to get to the city have been directed to the middle of a high park. police called the situation life threatening. they have contacted apple but till the issue is resolved those trying to get there should use a different mapping tool. a new development.
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insegram is only allowing -- instagram is only allowing a link now on twitter. twitter users must click on the link and then go to instagram. there are also reports that twitter may release its own photo app by the end of the year. it is being called green monday. still to come, why these bay area fedex workers were busy today. >> and take a good look. yes, this is a picture of a monkey wearing a diaper, why it is where he turned up that really has people talking.
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. more pictures of the developing news we showed you. a water main break is causing problems. the break happened at the intersection about 4:00 p.m. this afternoon and delays are expected while crews work to fix it. if you look here it doesn't look like a lot of water but crews are trying to repair the water main break. again, slow going tonight because of a water main break. we have shone you black friday and cyber monday, now it is green monday. one of the busiest days of the
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year for online retail shares and the people who ship the packages. >> the fedex plant in san francisco was humming today. they said it expected to have its busiest day in history today, moving 19 million packages. that is a 10% boost over last year. green monday kicks off the heaviest online shopping week of the year. consumers spend $1.1 million on green monday and this year is just as busy. >> after thanksgiving it follows the. [ friday and -- black friday and cyber monday, next following tuesday and wednesday was busy. carried through. >> it is 14 years on the job, he never seen this much sipping activity -- shipping activity. the only way toguarantee your
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-- to guarantee your package arrives by christmas is to ship express. opening up for oil leases sparking a debate over a oil extraction system. the government awill auction off leases for land -- will auction off leases for land. much of that area is on a shale formation which could potentially yield billions of barrels of oil. the problem is, they are concerned the oil companies could use fracking to get that oil. they say fracking uses too much water and chemicals and could cause earthquakes. >> we don't know what kind of chemicals they are using. so to the extent that could contaminate our drinking water, we don't know. >> even though oil companies can lease the land they don't apply for permits to drill there. monkey that caused a stir
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in toronto is now at a sanctuary. shoppers spotted the monkey in the parking lot yesterday. you see him there wearing a coat and a diaper. it escaped from the owner's car. animal services was called and they cornered the monkey. the monkey's owners were required to surrender the monkey and were fined $240 for keeping a prohibited animal. man and womb shot to death -- woman shot to death, how police say you can help. >> the chances for a national hockey league season took a hit today, and what the sharks are saying and doing while in limbo.
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complete bay area news coverage continues right now, this is ktvu channel 2 news at 5:00 p.m. >> a gruesome discovery. a man and woman shot to death and the killer's left a witness behind. investigators say the couple's 4-year-old child was found nearby. ktvu's christien kafton is live at the scene where police ruled out one theory today. >> reporter: police responded after numerous 911 calls. what they found here on powell street was a man and woman shot to death, their child left orphaned. >> horrific crime. >> reporter: police say they began receiving the 911 calls yesterday afternoon that shots had been fired.
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when they arrived they found the two dead from gun shot wounds. police found the child inside the apartment unharmed. police say it was not a murder- suicide but have little information about the killer or killers. >> at times people believe the tip they have isn't significant and it becomes a significant force. even if they just have a nickname or someone that heard something. >> reporter: investigators tell me they are looking for a motive in the case. no word if there was a robbery or if it was gang related. police say since it happened after midnight people out on saturday night may have heard or seen something. this is the 6th and 7th homicide of the year. the other five have been solved and tips and community
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involvement made the difference in those cases and they are hoping they will get community help to solve this homicide. christien kafton, ktvu channel 2 news. students at university of california at berkeley are calling for a man on salvation army bins on campus because they claim they discriminate against gays. they urged the university to ban salvation army donation bins from campus. they say the group advocates against the interest of gays and lesbians and they are angry about comments by a salvation army official. >> he was quoting scripture that saying they don't have a right to live. >> they say students are upset the official still works for the salvation army. the salvation army told us any person who comes through our
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doors will receive assistance based on their need and our capacity to help and they oppose the mistreatment of anyone. the national hockey league canceled all games through december 30. ktvu's robert handa is live at the home of the san jose sharks where things are busy there on the ice but in a different way. >> reporter: that's right. there is a happy holiday occasion going on but not without mixed feelings with today's news the nhl games in december have been dropped. what do you do? the players are not here to use their rink, what you see is filled with families taking part in the shark's foundation holiday assist party. they will get all sorts of gifts, meals and information about social service. today's news was disappointing since it also meant the visit
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by the players will not happen. >> we are grateful the sharks can still do this and it does have an impact without the players here. but having sharky here is a huge thing. most of the kids love sharky. >> we are all disappointed we are not playing hockey now and we are looking forward to there being a season this year. what we are saying is there is still -- seeing is there is still lot of optimism the season will happen. >> reporter: and the holiday party goes on here at the ice center. they will get to skate for another half hour and then it is time for dinner and gifts. the 8 hockey season will be -- future of the hockey season will be something to talk about. steven jackson was fined for threatening a player on
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twitter. he threatened a man after he got into a confrontation with his best friend. jackson called his tweet childish. judge announced an agreement between the former head of the international monetary found and a maid. details of the agreement were not released but a newspaper says he agreed to pay $6 million. the republican national convention -- committee tried to determine what went wrong. the committee appointed five co- chairs. they will figure out ways to improve in future elections and they will look at the messaging, fundraising. a month after the election
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a new poll shows the same percentage of people who voted for mitt romney still viewed them favorly. favorly. the yupon union won accepted the noble peace prize -- the european union accepted the noble peace prize. the eu was honored for promoting peace and human rights in europe. >> the european project has shown it is possible for people and nations to come together across boarders. >> hundreds of people outraged by the eu being awarded protested. they say they are unfit for the honor. coming up, what gmail is
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blaming for it is e-mail outage this morning and facebook is going forward with policy changes. and the latest on the condition of nelson mandela who was hospitalized over the weekend. oh, you have a keurig vue brewer? oh, it's great! now i can brew my coffee just the way i love it. how do you do that? well, inside the brewer, there's this train that's powerful enough to carry more coffee and fresh water to make coffee that's stronger and bigger...
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because we know how much you do to make the holidays just right. from ornaments to ottomans, memories are made with ikea. a lot of gmail users were left in a lunch this morning.
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google says it was a global service disruption but after 5- 10 minutesb the service was -- minutes the service was back online. the federal trade commission announced it is investigating certain mobile apps to app. they can capture a child's location, phone numbers and more. the fcc did not specify which companies it is investigating. the act requires companies to gets parental consent before collecting information from children. the vote on facebook's privacy policy ended today. they will go ahead with the policy changes. the vote was 7-1 against the changes. facebook rules require 30% of subscribers to vote. only .07% voted in the election
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that ended today. george hw abush remains -- george h. w. bush remains hospitalized. he is 88 years old. he is making progress but doctors haven't set a date for discharge. and doctors in south africa plan to perform more tests on nelson mandela who is 94 years old. he was admitted to the hospital over the weekend but no details were released about why he was hospitalized. ford plans to update software to try to solve a problem. ford received 9 reports from engines over heating. no injuries have been reported. bay area crab boats are just sitting here. >> back here in just a few
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minutes a nice day, temperatures into the 60s. it is all changing around. it will turn winter like, i will let you know when the rain gets here with the latest computer models. $
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continuing coverage of a strike by crab fisherman over the price they will be paid. ktvu's rob roth is live with how the strike is effecting more than just the two sides. rob? >> reporter: normally these boats would be unloading fresh
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crab but they have been docked for a week over a dispute about prices. they just wrapped up a meeting but nothing was resolve. they will meet again tomorrow. >> reporter: you can still get crab but it is frozen, not fresh. crab boats have been in the harbor since last week when fish brokers announced they were dropping the price. >> our expenses are the same they were. people still want crab. same beautiful crab. >> reporter: fisherman are anxious to get back out to sea. >> it is tough. i have two guys down here. came from washington to work. make money and they are just sitting around. they are all paid on a share basis and they are not catching fish and not making money. >> reporter: restaurants are
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making due. they are getting crab from other areas but it is not the same. >> we like to take them off the boat. >> reporter: there are still fresh crabs at the fish company but they were caught before the shut down and already sold. >> last year we had no thanksgiving crab and that hurts the consumer. it hurts the consumer. are they chuting for ruining people -- shooting for ruining people's christmas? >> reporter: if they agree on a price they can get out to sea quickly. whether this is resolved by christmas, no one can say for sure. reporting live from san francisco, rob roth, ktvu channel 2 news. president obama traveled to michigan to show support for union workers in the middle of a battle with the governor. >> what we shouldn't be doing is taking away your rights to bargen for better wages and
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working -- bargain for better wages wages and working conditions. >> it would prevent unions from requiring workers to pay union dues. it will make it one of the most heavily uniized states to -- union states to pass a right to work law. the irs has been handing out billions of dollars to identity thieves. they were hit by 640,000 cases of people filing bogus tax refunds. they are deploying 3,000 agents to prevent another spike. if you get hit the government can be slow to respond. >> if someone has a problem it gets fixed quickly because there is a higher level of service.
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>> if your tax refund is stolen you could face a mountain of paper work and months of waiting. about the middle of december, you would never know it by looking outside. 70 degrees? >> couple spots hit 70. redwood city. temperatures will be trending down. cool down as the next low- pressure system bumps into the coast. tomorrow night late after the 10:00 p.m. i will show you showers north of here and showers sweep through the bay area late tomorrow night into wednesday morning. over night lows tonight chilly. patchy fog. we go through time, fog tomorrow will be in the big valley and patchy around here. that is your tomorrow and high clouds increase tomorrow as you expect. is this a strong system? no. is it -- no. this thing is weak. half inch of rain. most of us 10th of an inch or
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less. maybe a quarter. maybe a tect of an inch -- 10 10th of an inch. san jose less than that. main impact is wednesday morning. because the redways will be wet -- roadways will be wet. rain spreads south. weak system. not a lot of water because it is a cold system. that is where we are. computer model tomorrow morning, patchy fog. maybe coastal fog. tomorrow morning. high clouds start to increase tomorrow afternoon. there is the rain up there. way up there. and then it pops down here. that is 10:00 p.m. tuesday night. this is light rain. this is midnight. this is light rain. this is 3:00 a.m. roads are wet. commute will be impacted. sprinkles left. wednesday morning, 8:00 a.m., and then gone.
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really gone by thursday. if you have plans, i think you will be fine. stay with us. i will have the latest model tonight at 10:00 p.m. another model in the next newscast at 6:00 p.m. take a look at that tonight and we will see if we can't get you through your day on wednesday. main impact wet wednesday. showers should be out of here and then it clears out. temperatures take a hit. snow on bay area peaks. the big hit is the temperatures. we are looking at 50s. >> what a big change. i had to pinch myself. around 8:00 p.m., i didn't need a jacket. >> beautiful in san francisco. >> thank you. we are finding out more about the second huge winner in the $587 million power ball
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jackpot. matthew good of fountain hills works in the electronic industry. he bought $10 worth of tickets. once he heard one of the winning tickets was bought in arizona he went to check it. still to come here, the most hated habits of airline passengers. plus -- >> without them they will end up homeless. >> protesters put up tents to get their message across. what they are so angry about. [ laughter ] [ girl ] wow, you guys have it easy.
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but we are stronger. and aids... ♪ aids is going to lose. aids is going to lose. ♪ tents popped up in downtown san jose but this wasn't an occupy camp, this was a rally to stop social programs from going over the fiscal cliff. [ singing ] >> workers, and activists pitched tents and sang songs and were urging congress to defend social security, medicare, medicaid and other programs from budget cuts. >> millions of people depend on these to survive. without them they will end up homeless and they meant to take them -- they want to take them
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away. outrage. >> if you do big cuts you make things worse by increasing the recession. look what europe did. >> today's protest was sponsored by california alliance of retired americans along with the south bay labor counsel. the most hated habits of airline passengers. 700 workers were questioned about who they can't stand -- what they can't stand about passengers. trying to get off the plane before the pilot gives the okay. stuffing too much in the over head. complaining about the lack of space in the over head. and talking through the safety demonstrations. coming up in 7 minutes, if you drive by the bay bridge, stay with us. >> the gateway to the eastern span of the bay bridge will get
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a space lift. that story still ahead. >> a radio station gets hit by vandals again. why it is more than just an eye sore.
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things are about to change that bay bridge toll plaza, what is happening, when and will it effect your commute? complete bay area news coverage starts right now, this is ktvu channel 2 news at 6:00 p.m. >> good evening. hello. i am frank somerville. >> and i am gasia mikaelian -- hello. i am frank somerville. >> and i am julie haener. >> a man and a woman found bound and bagged and one of the victims did not survive. ktvu's david stevenson talked with a witness who described what happened as paramedics raced into action. >> the surviving female victim is fighting for her life as investigators try to understand who would commit this crime. >> it is very unusual. very disturbing. >> reporter: san francisco police got the call at 8:30

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